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Time to find the fan favorite: Jordan Davis is the player of the fourth week

MIES (Switzerland) - Sixteen teams were in action during the third week of the Basketball Champions League Season Seven. We set up a poll with five most impactful players and asked the fans who was the player of the week.

We have narrowed the list down to five names, using the Viziball Advanced Stats system. These five guys were the most impactful in their teams' wins this week. Peristeri bwin's Miro Bilan got the most votes in the first week, Falco Vulcano Szombathely's Zoltan Perl was the fan favorite in the second week.

Errick McCollum (Pinar Karsiyaka)

Pinar Karsiyaka found their perfect match by signing Errick McCollum over the summer. The shooting guard tied the BCL season-high with 33 points, and also had 5 assists and 4 rebounds in an 83-76 win over UNAHOTELS Reggio Emilia.

Jordan Davis (UCAM Murcia)

The explosive guard played one of his best BCL games, getting his first double-double with 28 points and 10 rebounds. He also had 2 blocks to guide UCAM Murcia to an 80-78 win over SIG Strasbourg. This was Davis' second best scoring game in the BCL, he had 35 back when he was with Rasta Vechta in 2019.

Kristers Zoriks (VEF Riga)

We already knew VEF Riga had a floor general and a true point guard in Kristers Zoriks, but his outside shooting caught everybody off guard, including Limoges CSP in a 71-51 win for the Latvian champs. Zoriks knocked down 6-of-7 three-pointers, finishing with a team-high 18 points.

Bouba Toure (Tofas Bursa)

Tofas Bursa defeated Falco Vulcano Szombathely 90-63, and Bouba Toure did no wrong. Literally. He knocked down all eight of his shots from the field, getting 23 points on the night, with 8 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 block, all done in just 25 minutes of action.

TJ Shorts (Telekom Baskets Bonn)

The lefty point guard continued his hot start to the season, becoming only the second player in BCL history to have three straight games with 25+ points. Shorts scored 26 with 7 dimes to lead Telekom Baskets Bonn to a come-from-behind 73-66 win over AEK in Athens.

After 24 hours of voting, Jordan Davis received 45 percent of all votes to claim the player of the week honors. TJ Shorts was next to him at 24 percent, Errick McCollum got 14 percent, Kristers Zoriks 12 and Bouba Toure had 5 percent of the votes.